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. surprising when you realize she is about to lose her job. so is jackie. an 18 year veteran. she is just hoping something works out before time runs out. and it is running out for them and 12 other whose haven't found other jobs as the bridge moves closer to an all electronic toll collection system. today testing of the technology got underway. >> we are doing all the testing now. 60 day period. we got to make sure the license plates are reading correctly, the accounts are functioning correctly. the computers are talking correctly. >> reporter: instead of toll takers like jackie they are going to depend on cameras. like this one. they will record the license plate of every vehicle that crosses the bridge. it will use fast track and invoices. if you don't have fast track you can pay as you go or don't do anything, cross the bridge and they will track you down. >> tolling is going electronic. globally. across the united states. we are the first ones in california going this way and we are saving money. collecting tolls cost twice as much as it does by fast track. >> reporter: today was abo
chance to catch more news faster we get your kron 4 solo reporter jackie sissel a live in the city. >> this policy has been affect for a couple of weeks?. >> yes. a lot of people are not happy about it they will not be happy this sunday when as you said the amnesty. will lapse and they will give out tickets. all 29,000 m in the city of san francisco they have been telling people for the last three weeks. you have to pay on sunday at the meters. they will start to ticket people and it will cost. >> the tickets are not cheap. from $62 up to $72. that would be per meter violations. that will cost you. the time will be from noon to 6:00 p.m. on sundays. that is a big change. the city wants to generate new revenue. they said by doing this they can generate almost $2 million every year. it comes down to money obviously. money is what is coming out of a lot of people's pockets coming sunday. those tickets that they have let go by for the last couple of weeks no more. it will be money out of your pocket. >> it seems every time you turn around the city is getting another dime out of your po
get the jackie robinson award in new york. superstition is heavy in sports, especially baseball. are you concerned this might have interrupted his mojo moving forward? >> kid has a special talent. >> would you prefer he have the mohawk back? >> anything that makes him happy. as long as he's hitting. he's an amazing young man. i think another couple of years of experience. people forget, 20 years old. >> baby, right? >> can imagine what his talent will be over the next few years. >> obviously we've been fortunate here in washington, because the caps have been constant contenders. but i have to say, you know, i got to go to some of the games last year. tucker went to some of the games. on behalf of the fans, and i know you all will hear this tomorrow, thank you so much. because to have, you know, when i grew up, the senators were here and they left. we had no baseball forever. and you guys put this team together. you've done it the right way. the excitement last year was palpable and it spread throughout the city, and throughout the nation, really. there was a lot of happiness abo
jackie sissel. --kron 4 reporter. >> if you wanna watch the super bowl on sunday you park your set to go yet active recourses of also mentioned because you it went to affect about three weeks ago. they were getting in a kind of an amnesty there were not give me a ticket if he did see the meter. that's over the grace periods of very bad at the pan-american don't you have to pay the city. yet the fed city a lot. 62 to $72 on expired later on sunday. the hours are different. note to 6:00 p.m.. as right and the middle of the game next week you really will have to be aware that period is 29,000 m across the city. all of a marked effect on sunday. they hope to generate more revenue. they think they can generate about two landau's a year in revenue. is not from the quarters they think felt that all moneys from the fines. >> are your roof of 49er there rooting for you minute drive out instead of brand according bans 67 books.or 70 bucks. >> antioch school officials are warning parents after a man tried to lure young boy into his car. it happened near soter ii school in antioch yesterday's. kron
-day first lady that i can identify with the war, eleanor roosevelt, jackie kennedy. they are the women whose stories deal close enough to connect with. many of the women in the higher floors, on the state floor, they seem like characters from a wonderful story because it was such a long time ago. its history and your read about it. to be in their presence seems disconnecting. the first lady's on the ground floor are the ones that i remember. are remember the real stories and i can picture their lives in an incredible way that makes me think about their challenges, struggles, and how they used the space. >> "the first lady's," teaming up with the white house historical association of . airing over two seasons. the season 1 beginning president's day at 9:00 p.m. eastern and pacific on c-span, c-span radio, an online. >> on wednesday, and house democratic task force held a second meeting and reducing gun violence. they talked about improving the background checks and the state of mental health testing note from students. they heard testimony from a former agent with the bureau of alcohol, tobac
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